Obviously Pakistan has to deal with a growing crisis with India, but there are plenty of domestic problems there as well. FEER has an article on Pervez Musharraf’s lack of public support since the fake election that was held at the end of April. Apparently the referendum held to elect Musharraf president for life has united all of the opposing political groups in Pakistan, Musharraf’s tough talk about dealing with Islamic militants seems to have been a sham, and the Pashtun tribes in western Pakistan are up in arms. Even if the conflict with India simmers down, the future isn’t looking too bright for Pakistan.